Tom Cruise appears by surprise in Barcelona and puts the public on their feet
In secret and on a flight from London, the actor surprised with his presence in Barcelona. But this time he was not to shoot scenes for a movie. Tom Cruise wanted to personally support CineEurope, the most important convention of European film exhibitors. Thus, Tom Cruise has been the only Hollywood star who has appeared live and direct on stage this week, adding poise to an event that in the years before the pandemic was full of familiar faces from the big screen. The actor was thus attending the Paramount presentation of his two upcoming and long-awaited films: 'Top Gun: Maverick' and 'Mission Impossible 7'.
Precisely the latter is finishing filming in the British capital, but in his fleeting trip to Spain he assured the European exhibitors gathered there that "I wanted to come personally to thank you all. We have had a great relationship throughout the 1940s. years of my career ". The interpreter went on to say that when making films "I always think of all of you" and "sharing our work in theaters". He further noted that both he and the 'Mission Impossible' saga team always try to reach the highest level, but that it is "about the story and not just the stunts. We always try to figure out how to communicate with the widest possible audience."
Before introducing the first 13 minutes of the "Top Gun" sequel, Cruise said he had been asked "for decades" to reprise his role as aviation ace Pete 'Maverick' Mitchell and that finally "the time had come." Cruise's surprising appearance was especially appropriate, since it was precisely in Barcelona two years ago that the CineEurope audience was the first to see the first images of Maverick in a small two-minute teaser.
"I love making movies, it's my passion," Cruise concluded from the stage, stating that "every day we want it to be the best it can be. We are here with you and for you and we are never going to stop," he declared while the public received in foot your words. 'Top Gun: Maverick' will be released in May next year and the release of 'Mission Impossible 7' is scheduled for the end of September.
Elon Musk will soon collaborate with Tom Cruise. (Getty)
A few hours before his appearance in Barcelona, Cruise watched as Russia anticipated its plans to shoot in space in collaboration with NASA and Elon Musk's company SpaceX. The European country thus added another milestone to its history of space successes by sending a recording team to the cosmos to film the first fiction feature film on board the International Space Station (ISS), thus anticipating the Hollywood project.